Alnwick Cottages

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    Canny Cottage: Traditional mid-terrace cottage in the village of Amble. Nicely-presented throughout. Open plan. Two spacious bedrooms. Close to amenities and harbour. Alnmouth 4 miles. (Ref. 924807)

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    Ambler's Rest Apartment: Lovely apartment located in the town centre of Amble. Two spacious double bedrooms with a master king. Enclosed garden. On-street parking and bike store. Short walk to the seafront. Pet friendly. Warkworth 1 mile. (Ref. 938294)

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    Old Byre: A bright and airy Northumberland cottage in rural hamlet with woodburner and large sunny windows. Good location with easy access to nearby beaches and attractions. Beadnell 8 miles. (Ref. 15758)

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    2 Bay View: A cosy cottage in Amble, Northumberland. Stunning uninterrupted views over the sea. Woodburner. Open plan accommodation. Harbour 2 mins walk. Alnwick 10 miles. (Ref. 24822)

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    Seashell Cottage: A bright and cosy, terraced Amble cottage, just a short stroll from the beach. Easy walk to all shops, pubs and restaurants. Alnwick 9 miles. (Ref. 31213)

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    23A Gordon Street: A compact, first floor apartment in the popular fishing village of Amble. Pet-friendly. Short stroll to the seafront with views over Coquet Island. Alnmouth 4 miles. (Ref. 903662)

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    23 Gordon Street: Well-equipped ground floor apartment in the busy fishing village of Amble-by-the-Sea. Pet-friendly. Short stroll to the seafront with views over Coquet Island. Well-placed for pubs and restaurants. Alnmouth 4 miles. (Ref. 903661)

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    Annasbill Cottage: Delightful, terraced cottage in Amble. Inglenook with woodburning stove. Pet-friendly. Short stroll to seafront with views over Coquet Island. Well-placed for pubs and restaurants. Alnmouth 4 miles. (Ref. 922857)

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    Lightkeeper House: A traditional end-terrace cottage in the fishing village of Amble-by-the-Sea. Woodburner, views of coast towards Coquet Island. Ideal for a family, pet-friendly. Alnmouth 4 miles. (Ref. 24133)

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    Compass House: Delightful Amble cottage, yards from beach in this pretty fishing port. Ideal touring base for coast and country. Close to town amenities. (Ref. 957406)

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Just show me Alnwick Cottages

For a fabulous family holiday, an Alnwick cottage could be just what you're looking for.

First stop, Hogwarts! Or Alnwick Castle, to be accurate - star of the Harry Potter films. Home of the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland, watch your children's faces light up as they gape in awe at its impressive ramparts. They can dress up as medieval knights, learn how to joust and step inside the dragon's lair! Other less thrilling but no less enjoyable activities include archery and brass rubbing, not forgetting seasonal concerts and festivals.

Next stop, The Alnwick Garden, a short walk from the castle and perhaps the most amazing contemporary garden on earth! Brainchild of the Duchess, this dazzling attraction is a riot of colour, brimming with unique features. There's the Poison Garden, the Bamboo Labyrinth and its crowning glory, the Grand Cascade, a gigantic water feature. Children will have endless fun dodging the water jets, exploring the huge tree house and walking across wobbly rope bridges. Take a trip to award-winning Bailiffgate Museum to learn about the fascinating and colourful history of Alnwick, spanning hundreds of years.

Alnwick is made for browsing, with its cobbled streets and elegant stone buildings housing traditional inns, stylish restaurants and specialist shops - look out for second-hand books and the ultimate in fishing tackle. The medieval Market Place buzzes come market day and hosts annual music and food festivals. Expect lively evenings too, with regular local music and live theatre.

And the breathtaking Heritage Coast is a short drive away, offering glorious beaches, coastal walking, cycling trails and fantastic wildlife watching.

Whatever you decide to do, your Alnwick cottage holiday is sure to be special.